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A man in a fez is leading a richly decorated horse past an ornamental balcony towards a landscaped garden. Etching by M. E. Ridinger after J. E. Ridinger.
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German
Title
A man in a fez is leading a richly decorated horse past an ornamental balcony towards a landscaped garden. Etching by M. E. Ridinger after J. E. Ridinger.
Work Type
Etchings.
Material
etching, with engraving ;
Measurements
image 24.7 x 33.5 cm
Description
1 print :
In the late eighteenth century cavalry regiments decorated their equipment. The horse-cloth was sometimes ornamented; a shabrack was laid over the saddle and holsters. Cloth might be covered with embroidery, gold silver or lace, regimental crests or battle honours. Hussar regiments began to employ sheepskin covers for the shabrack, with leopard or cheetah for officers, as in this case
Hand Pferd eines Pascha. Cheval de main d'un Pacha. J. El. Ridinger pinx. et del. a quae Martin Elias Ridinger filio meo aeri incis
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Source
Image and original data from Wellcome Collection
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File Name
V0021158.jpg
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24847021

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